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DUCO is an international leader in its field and have been established on Tyneside for a number of years.
LEARNING SKILLS - apprentices Dean Watson, left, and Ross Sisterson at work at DUCO
Shepherd Offshore operates the quay on behalf of the owner, the city council, which is used by offshore companies such as Wellstream and Duco to load cables and pipes on to specialist ships.
Annette Mullen, training and development coordinator at DUCO, said: "We have worked with Access Training for quite a while now because we find they recruit the high calibre apprentices we require and provide quality training and
15am: I meet most mornings with DUCO test services manager, Bill Swaddle.
a subsidiary of MaxMeyer Duco, SPA, Italy) an importer and distributor of European automotive refinishing products.
The Coflexip Stena Offshore Group also provides the market with steel tube umbilicals produced at its Duco Inc.
Flexible pipes will be manufactured at Technip's Le Trait facility in France while the umbilicals will be manufactured by one of Technip's UK subsidiaries, Duco, based in Newcastle.
DUCO Ltd was recently awarded Subsea UK Company of the Year 2012 and Company of the Year 2012 by NOF Energy.
DUCO Ltd, which makes subsea umbilical systems, scooped The Queen's Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2008 for its impressive recent record for international exports.
All rigid pipelines will be assembled at Technip's Spoolbase in Evanton, Scotland, and the umbilical will be designed and manufactured by Technip subsidiary Duco, based in Newcastle, UK.